On April 25, 2015, Nepal experienced a 7.8 magnitude earthquake—the largest in 80 years. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) partnered with Microsoft to scale their efforts, drive collaboration, and ensure aid and relief efforts are effective. Front-line responders in Nepal are using the Microsoft cloud to store and process data, helping to obtain needed insights and maximize impact. And a joint poverty alleviation initiative is using the cloud to collaborate with other partner organizations, providing support to over 13,000 micro-enterprises and helping them to get businesses back on their feet.
Nano server promises to bring the greatest change to the Microsoft Server infrastructure in many years, arguably ever. This session will dig deeper into the management, control and usage of the new Nano server.
Event Hubs is undoubtedly one of the fastest growing services in cloud history. In six months we went from launch to a trillion messages, but delivering lots of data fast isn't enough. When you build a solution on Event Hubs we can give you scale, but you need to be able to figure out how your solution is performing and where it is weak. This session will be a deep dive into scale and availability aspects of Event Hubs followed by an outline of what tools you can use to determine the performance of your Event Hubs based solution and see what is really happening.